Arts news and reviews with John Wilson, with Island Records founder Chris Blackwell.
Adele's producer Paul Epworth on making 21.
The acclaimed writer and the influential musician in the tag talk show.
For Radio 3's Classical Voice, Michael Berkeley is joined by singer Alison Goldfrapp.
An intimate portrait of the voice of electronic music duo Goldfrapp.
An intimate portrait of the songwriter, singer and frontman of XTC, Andy Partridge.
When a David Bowie tribute act hears his idol has died, a strange week unfolds.
The composer and 'non-musician' Brian Eno is interviewed about his music and video work.
James Naughtie considers the influence of the musical innovator and trendsetter.
John Wilson talks to David Bowie in New York. This is an uncut version of the interview.
Colleagues and fellow artists reflect on the life of David Bowie.
David Bowie's extraordinary life and career told in his own words.
In Cultural Exchange, singer Laura Mvula chooses the song Four Women by Nina Simone.
James Naughtie considers the contribution of the musician, artist and DJ.
Musician Goldie describes his story from a broken home to his success and later struggles.
Hanif Kureishi nominates his friend David Bowie as his hero.
How did Simon Cowell get his X factor?
Samira Ahmed meets British Asian women who, like her, were inspired by David Bowie.
Chris Bowlby profiles actor Idris Elba, who plays Nelson Mandela in Long Walk to Freedom.
Idris Elba interviewed by James King.
James Blake tells Front Row that being unhappy helped him write his best music.
James Blake talks to John Wilson about the 1979 film Stalker by Russian director Tarkovsky
In a rare interview, musician Kate Bush talks about her work to John Wilson.
Kate Bush is interviewed on Front Row by John Wilson.
John Wilson meets Kate Bush as she releases a new album of songs inspired by snow.
Michael Berkeley's guest is singer Laura Mvula.
Laura Mvula talks to Zane Lowe about her own music for BBC's Sound of 2013.
Laura Mvula and Jason Yarde, Laura Jurd, Kevin Le Gendre discuss jazz legend Miles Davis.
Comedian Jack Rooke profiles his idol, Sri Lankan-British rapper M.I.A.